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Founded In: 2008
Size: 5-9 Employees
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We’ve just moved into our new office.  Each transition is an opportunity to remember where we are and what we do.  Please stop in, take the gold elevators to the fifth floor.

The elevator speech says that we design a lot of restaurants, and that we work with our clients to permit difficult projects.  We have excellent partners for engineering, we study building codes carefully, and we listen closely to our clients’ needs.  But our ambition, and our purpose is bigger than that.

  • We love urban locations.  We love renovations.  We work in the city and promote community.
  • We love working with clients with vision and known needs.  We promote mixed-use development.
  • We work for reclamation and redemption of empty spaces.
  • We design toward beauty, through proportion, necessity, and color and light.
  • Sustainability is a necessity.  Material selections will be natural, non-toxic, local, enduring.  We understand daylighting.  We’ll present efficiency options for mechanical and electrical systems.  We’re completely excited about new materials, systems, and strategies.

Whether the project is a restaurant in an abandoned warehouse, or a church on a hill, or a combination of both with multi-family housing mixed in, we’d love to pursue it with you.

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Member of AKA (Architect Keystone Alliance) AKA (Architect Keystone Alliance)
Member of USGBC (United States Green Building Council) USGBC (United States Green Building Council)